|Aug11-12, 03:32 AM||#1|
Inverting the curl operator
Let's say I have this relation
I know B, now I want A.
What ever do I do?
Is there some tried and true method out there?
|Aug11-12, 03:41 AM||#2|
no sir, this relation doesn't allowed to find A directly....A isn't single...but if you have the form of A (for example A=a(r)u) u can find it
|Aug11-12, 03:46 AM||#3|
Darn, makes you miss single variable cal
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